Rendering: DBOX for Alagem Capital Group

Los Angeles leans more concrete jungle than tropical oasis, but the newest renderings for the recently-approved One Beverly Hills condo and hotel project suggest otherwise. 

The $2 billion complex by developers Alagem Capital Group and Cain International will deliver two high-rise condominium towers, a luxury hotel and botanical gardens to a 17.5-acre site next to the Beverly Hilton.

Rendering: Alagem Capital Group

Designed by Foster + Partners, alongside Gensler and RIOS, the new renderings provide a closer look at the condo interiors and amenities, redesigned areas of the Beverly Hilton, the new and improved conference center, and the lavish hotel suites.

Rendering: Alagem Capital Group

The twin residential towers will rise 28 and 32 stories, bringing 303 condominium units to market. The new renderings depict a sheltered drop-off area with double-height ceilings and lush landscaping. A private residential pool with a stunning waterfall feature is surrounded by towering palm trees and includes plenty of lounge seating.

Rendering: Alagem Capital Group

Meantime, the interior renderings of a living room and solarium showcase curvilinear, floor-to-ceiling windows that open onto a wrap-around balcony. The suite is spacious and open-concept, with a mix of natural stone and hardwood flooring that helps to define each ‘zone.’

Rendering: Alagem Capital Group

The Beverly Hilton is set to undergo significant changes, with a reimagined arrival court and lobby, pool deck and outdoor dining area, and an indoor pool-adjacent lounge and restaurant. The pool has a resort-like feel and includes an island planter, while the lounge looks bright and airy and boasts contemporary furnishings.

Rendering: Alagem Capital Group

The 10-story hotel-condo hybrid will feature 42 guest rooms, 37 branded residential units and a fine-dining restaurant. A rendering of an ultra-luxe hotel suite portrays a generously-sized terrace with a plunge pool that divides the sleeping quarters from the living and dining area. Another illustrates the operable window walls that promote indoor/outdoor living, and wood-paneled walls that lend warmth to the space.

Rendering: Alagem Capital Group

The current Beverly Hilton conference center is being replaced with a brand new facility designed to foster collaboration and host special events. A light-filled breakout area features lush views of the botanical gardens and offers several different types of seating in addition to private conference rooms.

Rendering: Alagem Capital Group

Other renderings show how the conference center’s indoor and outdoor spaces could be set up for an event. The outdoor area touts a grassy lawn, flowering trees and shaded areas created by overhangs, while the expansive indoor event space includes operable window walls and a muted color palette.

While renderings are just an artist’s depiction of what a project could ultimately look like, the latest images of One Beverly Hills paint a rosy picture of a mixed-use development inspired by biophilic design principles.

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